There But for the Curse of God Go We

16 07 2015

El Reno, Oklahoma


Oh now I’m starting to get it.  He takes it personally.  Then again, this narcissist would.

Obama be like:  There but for the grace of God go I.  I guess one man’s grace is a whole country’s eight year long curse.

In related news, Bill Clinton regrets the Clinton Presidency.

Dinnoe Nuffins

14 07 2015

Washington, D.C.


Jeh Johnson’s Reaction to Steinle Family Question, ‘Who?’ Not Sure if Admin Has Contacted

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he didn’t know if the administration had contacted Kate Steinle’s family and responded “To who?” after being asked if the family had been contacted on Tuesday.

Johnson was asked by Representative Steve Chabot (R-OH) “has the administration reached out to the Steinle family, to your knowledge?” He responded, “To who?” After Chabot said Steinle was killed by a person who had been deported repeatedly and had a criminal record, and asked if the administration had reached out to her family, Johnson answered, “I’m sorry, I don’t know the answer to that question, sir.”

Johnson did promise that he would look into it after Chabot asked, and pointed to his practice of personally writing letters to sheriffs, commissioners, or chiefs who have lost officers in the line of duty.

Who really believes that Jeh Johnson doesn’t know who the Steinles are?  Even the Obama-favored news channels, CNN and MSNBC, covered the family, the murder of Kate Steinle, and the sanctuary city issue.  Sure, they may have covered it in terms of denying that sanctuary cities exist, or making excuses for their existence, or supporting the San Francisco Sheriff, or bashing Trump, but they did cover those things.

If Jeh thought he was avoiding the PR disaster of admitting that the administration just doesn’t care about the Steinles because Kate Steinle was murdered at the hands of a member of an Obama-favored demographic group, then he was mistaken.  If anyone actually believes Jeh’s implicit claim, then they’re going to walk away thinking that nobody in the administration actually watches any news of any sort.  And you’d expect the President of the United States and his cabinet secretaries to watch or read some sort of news.

There was no way out of a PR loss for this White House, no matter what Jeh said to Steve Chabot.

Luckily for Jeh and Obama, it won’t matter, because they have no real opposition with real political power, especially on the immigration issue.


Three Some

24 06 2015

Washington, D.C.

It gave Obama the opportunity to say: “You’re in my house.”

So we have three of Obama’s favorite things all in one little incident:  Transgender, illegal alien, himself.

Another Obama Oldie

28 05 2015


Just as a lot of Jews think they have to reconstruct American society because their great-great-grandfathers couldn’t get into country clubs, Baraq Obama has to fundamentally transform the country because of the racial politics of high school parties in the latter half of the 1970s in Honolulu’s elite sector.

High schools and country clubs — That is the root of the sociology of what a lot of the left does.

The Former Community Activist Thinks That Community Activists Will Solve Everything

20 05 2015

Washington, D.C.

In related news, Colonel Sanders tells us that fried chicken cures cancer.

Project Ye Much

12 05 2015

Washington, D.C.

Almost two years ago, after Rachel “Nuclear Prize in Physics” Jeantel testified in the George Zimmerman trial, there were a handful of black commentators, mainly on the internet, and mainly women, who bitched a fit.  “Oh my God, all these right wing racists on Fox, O’Reilly, Hannity, are making fun of Rachel Jeantel, calling her a stupid moronic idiot, and probably also the n-word!”

I turned on O’Reilly and Hannity at the time, and they were doing no such thing even though they did cover her testimony.

Then I figured it out.  It’s a form of psychological projection.

These black women internet talking heads were projecting their opinion of Rachel Jeantel onto people who they expected to have that same opinion (but didn’t in reality).  They’re the ones who thought the lovely and gracious Miss Jeantel was a blooming moron, (And, gee, where would anyone get a silly idea like that?), but racial solidarity considering the political circumstances of the Zimmerman trial prevented them from presenting those opinions as their own.  So on a subconscious level, they bounced their own opinions off of other people by denouncing them for having those same opinions, even though, again, they didn’t publicly have those opinions.

Fast forward to today.  At the same speech where the densest and most irony-oblivious man on Earth denounced rich people who send their kids to expensive private schools, that being Baraq Obama, he added:

Tuesday at Georgetown University President Barack Obama discussed poverty at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit and argued Fox News intentionally divides the country by  highlighting poor people who make even him mad by asking for free “Obamaphones.”

Obama argued if we are going to end poverty, “We’re going to have to change how the media reports on these issues.”

“Where you’ve got the middle class and question has been, who are you mad at?” Obama said. “If you’re struggling — if you’re working but don’t seem to be getting ahead and over the last 40 years, sadly, I think there’s been an effort to either make folks mad at folks at the top or be mad at folks at the bottom. And I think the effort to suggest that the poor are sponges, leeches, don’t want to work, are lazy, are undeserving got traction. And look, it’s still being propagated. I mean, I have to say that if you watch Fox News on a regular basis, it is a constant menu — they will find folks who make me mad. I don’t know where they find them. They’re all like, ‘I don’t want to work. I just want a free Obamaphone,’ or whatever.”

How often do you hear “the poor” referred to as “sponges, leeches, lazy, undeserving, wanting a free Obamaphone” on FNC?  Rarely.  I happen to think that Obama actually thinks that about them, and he’s bouncing his own opinions off of FNC.

And then he goes on to bitch about John Boehner and Mitch McConnell supposedly won’t do everything he wants, when the reality is that Obama is getting 99% of what he wants mostly on account of Boehner and McConnell rolling over.  Ironically, Breitbart is putting Conservative Review percentage scores next to politicians’ names in its articles now, and you can see their 40% and 54% scores, respectively, proving that they’re little resistance.


Okay, he said “Obamaphone,” which means Obama must still be upset that FNC and other sources looped this quite a bit toward the end of the campaign in 2012:

Two ironies about that:  One, she’s in Cleveland, and middle aged and elderly black women (like her) turned out in record breaking numbers in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County to swing Ohio blue, and Ohio being blue is what swung the election for Obama in 2012.  Two, Baraq Obama did not sign the “Obamaphone” program legislation, that is, adding the cell/mobile space to the long-existing Lifeline program, George W. Bush signed it in 2008.  More properly, these phones should be called “Bushphones,” but somehow, colloquially, on the streets, they got the moniker “Obamaphones” attached to them.  Until we all saw her rambling on in October 2012 in this clip, most of us had no idea what an “Obamaphone” was, and most people still don’t know the true back story.

Also, the more I think about the entirety of Obama’s remarks, the more I think he’s complaining about what The Bell Curve predicted 20 years ago, that is, the increasing rift of separation between the wealth-cognitive elite and everyone else.  But, again, like everything else in his speech, he’s too dense to realize that he benefited from that system.

Neutron Stars

12 05 2015

Washington, D.C.


And other things in this universe that are extremely dense.


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